Nicaragua: Transfer Prices Come Into Effect

Although the rules started to be applied on July 1, a regulation has not yet been defined and approved to regulate the way in which the declarations will be made.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

The business sector is working on a proposal for a regulation to be agreed with the government, and once it is ready, companies can start making statements. 

"..."We are working on the revision of the proposed regulation, we are in that situation at the moment, effectively it will come into force, but remember that it is not as if tomorrow companies have to go and make a presentation of the results related to this issue," said Aguerri.

Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports that "...The main purpose of Transfer Pricing is to ensure that operations, as well as free acquisitions or transfers, will be valued in accordance with the principle of free competition between transnational corporations operating in Nicaragua and their local counterparts which could affect the determination of taxable income in the fiscal period in which the transaction is carried out."

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A statement from the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama (CCIAP) reads:

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